Lily Sullivan is an Australian actress and model who has a net worth of $2 Million. She rose to fame for her role as Miranda in the hit romantic television series “Picnic at Hanging Rock” in 2018. Her performance in the show earned her major gigs in showbiz.
Sullivan is also known for her roles in films like Mental, Monolith, and Evil Dead Rise, among others. The actress has been making money from appearing in films and TV series since 2012. Aside from earnings, she established herself as one of the lead stars in the Australian film industry.
What is Lily Sullivan’s Net Worth?
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Lily Sullivan was born on September 8th, 1994, in Logan City, Brisbane, South East Queensland, Australia. She was raised in a well-settled family her father used to import medical equipment while her mother Jayne “Noni” is a visual artist.
Sullivan grew up with her older brother Edward in Carbrook, Queensland. The family used to live in the UK before the birth of Sullivan. As a young girl, he developed an interest in acting after watching a production of A Streetcar Named Desire on stage in Brisbane.
Lily Sullivan enrolled at John Paul College before going to Calvary Christian College in year 2 in Logan City. She graduated from college in 2011 and then began pursuing her acting career.
In 2012 Sullivan made her first film appearance in the comedy-drama film “Mental”. She had the role of Coral Moochmore alongside Anthony LaPaglia, Liev Schreiber, Toni Collette, and Rebecca. Luckily, her performance led her to receive a Best Young Actor nomination at the AACTA Awards.
In the following year, she was named to play the role of Laura in the feature film “Galore”, premiering at the Melbourne International Film Show in 2014. Again, her outstanding role won her Cinema des Antipodes Saint-Tropez Award for Best Actress.
Despite appearing in films, Lily was also starring in different TV shows. She made her television debut as Michelle in an episode of the TV series “Rake” in 2012. A year later, she landed a recurring role as Marina Barker in the NBC series “Camp”.
In 2018, Sullivan landed a breakout role of her career, playing the lead character of Miranda in the hit mystery romantic series “Picnic at Hanging Rock”. Of her immense performance, she received a lot of popularity all across the world.
A year later, Lily was part of the Australian horror anthology film “Dark Place”. She followed this up, by portraying Charlie in the comedy series “The Other Guy” that same year. Lily also appeared in the American drama series “Barkskins” in 2020.
The very next year, she was announced to play the role of Lucy in the Netflix movie “I Met a Girl” released in 2021. Then she gained popularity for her appearance in the supernatural horror film “Evil Dead Rise” which came out in April 2023. Lily Sullivan has a net worth of $2 Million.
Outside of acting in films and TV shows, Lily Sullivan also pursued her career as a model. In October 2018 she was invited by Paspaley (an Australian pearling company) to appear in their newly launched ad campaign called “Something Real”.
Lily starred as The Interviewer in the sci-fi thriller film “Monolith” which premiered at the Adelaide Film Festival in the summer of 2022. The actress received praise for her performance from the audience.
- Picnic At Hanging Rock (TV Series, 2018)
- Evil Dead Rise (Film, 2023)
- 2013 Film Critics Circle of Australia Award, Best Performance by a Young Actor _ Nomination
- 2013 AACTA Award, Best Young Actor _ Nomination
- 2013 Equity Ensemble Award, Outstanding Performance _ Nomination
Lily Sullivan Net Worth
Lily Sullivan is one of the most recognized actresses in the Australian entertainment industry. At first, she gained popularity in her home country and then worked in a handful of American films.
Sullivan makes a good sum of money from her acting profession such as appearing in hit series. She accumulated a lot of reputation and wealth for herself after starring in the 2018 series “Picnic At Hanging Rock”. As of 2023, Lily Sullivan’s net worth is estimated to be $2 Million.
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